“I will be voting for this deal on Saturday. I made a promise to my constituents that I would deliver Brexit, something 62% of voters in Redditch voted for, and I will fulfil my promise.”
Rachel has successful secured the additional funding hospital bosses needed to submit a business case for improvement works at the Alexandra Hospital.
“A bold domestic agenda which will improve the lives of people in Redditch,” Rachel said following yesterday’s (October 15th) Queen’s Speech.
“The Prime Minister’s new Brexit deal is a fair and reasonable offer to the EU. The UK has compromised, and it’s now over to the EU to do the same and accept the offer on the table. If they do not then we will leave without a deal, but this will be down to the EU’s intransigence, not the British Government.”
Due to the number of Members who wanted to speak during the second reading of the Domestic Abuse Bill on October 2nd, I was unable to make the speech I had planned to say.
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